Actor, director, translator and artistic director, Danielle Le Saux-Farmer graduated from the University of Ottawa in theater and from the Conservatoire d'art dramatique de Québec in acting. Since graduating in 2011, she has performed at Théâtre du Trident, La Bordée, Premier Acte, Le Périscope, Théâtre la Licorne, Théâtre Denise-Pelletier, and on tour across Canada. She has been seen, among others, in L'art de la chute, a creation by Nuages en pantalon, a project that includes her as a coauthor, the Projet Laramie at the Théâtre du Trident, in the theatrical adaptation of La Guerre des Tuques by Fabien Cloutier, and more recently in Singulières by Maxime Beauregard-Martin, directed by Alexandre Fecteau at the Théâtre la Bordée in the spring of 2021. She has translated three plays: Avant l’archipel by Emily Pearlman, a creation in which she acts and which has over one hundred performances to its credit, Beyond the Night Sky, a creation by Nuages en pantalon, and The Art of the Fall, a published translation of L’art de la chute. She also directed an adaptation of David Mamet's Dans le bois in 2013, a production by the Collectif du Vestiaire, Le Jeu, by Pascale Renaud-Hébert, in 2017, and Princesse de personne by Pascale Renaud-Hébert, her first production as Artistic Director of Théâtre Catapulte, in Ottawa. In addition to continuing as Artistic and General Director of the Catapulte for a fourth season, Danielle will be part of the cast of Durant des années by Louis-Philippe Roy, Théâtre du Trillium's next creation in the spring of 2022.